Smoker

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Smoker is a noun derived from "smoke"/"smoking" and may have the following specialized meanings:

  • Someone who smokes tobacco or cannabis, cigarette substitutes, or various other drugs
  • Smoking (cooking), smoker, an apparatus for smoking (cooking technique)
  • Bee smoker, a tool used in beekeeping
  • Recruitment process for any of various organizations, including "smoker" (for men's organizations), "tea" (for women's organizations), and "rush" or "rush week" (for university fraternities and sororities)

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Fictional characters[edit]

  • Smoker (One Piece), a character from the manga and anime One Piece
  • A smoker, or copper-burner, one of the types of allomancer in Brandon Sanderson's fantasy Mistborn series
  • Smoker, a special infected in the 2008 game Left 4 Dead
  • The antagonists in the 1995 film Waterworld

Other uses[edit]

  • Smokers (Footlights), performances by Cambridge University Footlights Dramatic Club, typically late-night shows presenting a collection of sketches and comedy songs
  • The Smokers (film), a 2000 film directed and written by Kat Slater
  • The Smokers (painting), a 1630s painting by Adriaen Brouwer
  • Black smoker, a type of hydrothermal vent
  • White smoker, a type of hydrothermal vent
  • Smoker Parrot, colloquial name for the Regent Parrot
  • "The Smoker," a short story by David Schickler
  • Smoker or smoking car, a car on a passenger train, in which smoking is permitted, just as a sleeper or sleeping car is where passengers can sleep

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